Wilmington Investment Management
Wilmington Investment Management is the investment management division of Wilmington Trust.
We provide actively managed equity, fixed income, and alternative strategies to institutional investors, institutional consultants, and financial intermediaries. With approximately $78.5 billion in assets under management*, our investment strategies are available through a variety of vehicles, including separately managed accounts, mutual funds, hedge funds, and intermediary platforms. Integrity, access, and excellence are the hallmarks of our investment management approach. We strive to deliver superior, risk-adjusted returns by providing access to a network of actively managed proprietary and institutional investment strategies.
Alternative assets, such as strategies that invest in hedge funds, can present greater risk and are not suitable for all investors.
A Powerful Combination of Strength and Experience
With roots dating back to the founding of Wilmington Trust Company by T. Coleman duPont in 1903, Wilmington Trust has been serving institutions and individuals for more than a century.
Offering a high caliber of service, Wilmington Trust is internationally recognized and has a team of professionals that strives to bring a unique blend of knowledge, experience, and resources to every client relationship that we serve. We are proud to be part of the M&T corporate family, one of the most financially sound and successful companies in the U.S. financial services industry, with assets of $78.5 billion*.
We bring a long legacy of trust and strength together with our own distinct advantages in offering access to innovative solutions.
Our talented and experienced team of investment professionals can help design intelligent solutions for sophisticated professional investors. We are a new blend, curated by those who have learned what works and what doesn’t. Grounded in what has been, propelled by what is yet to be.
*As of June 30, 2023. Assets under management (AUM) data are calculated in the aggregate, and include assets managed by WT entities such as M&T Bank, WTC, WTNA, WTIA, WFMC, WTAM, WTIM, People’s United Advisors. As WT sold its collective investment trust (CIT) business on 4/29/23 ($97.72B as of 3/31/23), CIT AUM is no longer reported in WT AUM.